Meaning for

Larch Tree

The larch tree offers home and shelter to squirrels, and birds, like the owl. The larch has earned its respect and for good reason. It grows slowly, can grow in poor conditions, in windy areas and has been documented as living for up to 600 years, which is a teaching of patience for us humans.Because it is rot-proof, it has been used historically for boats, framework, roof shingles and railway ties. Its deep roots remind us to make deep connections in life to gain inner strength. Healing Properties of the Larch Tree– Larch trees have been known for their use for boosting the immune system and fighting infections, including symptoms of the common cold and flu, as well as treatments for more serious diseases and conditions. Meditating with the Larch Tree– Buddhists are sometimes depicted as meditating under the Larch tree, though Buddha himself reached enlightenment under a fig tree. Like the fig tree, the larch tree is a great source to draw strength from and is a great place sit, centre, and ground. Buddha said that “A tree is a wonderful living organism which gives shelter, food, warmth and protection to all living things. It even gives shade to those who wield an axe to cut it down”. 

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